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Old 07-20-2013, 10:30 PM   #1
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Drive shaft help!?!?

Ok so I just today got my 4.5 super flex rubicon express short arm lift installed by 4 wheel parts. I use to have at 3.5 mystery lift ( I think it was a Rancho), but since I went up the drive shaft vibrates again. My old drive shaft was left unattended for so long because I had no idea what it was and broke in the middle of the road. Tomorrow I have plans to go and hit the trails should I hold off since the drive shaft is not in the proper position or will I be alright. Or just expect it to break? 4 wheel parts suggested getting it fixed but said it is fine to drive for now.

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Old 07-21-2013, 01:34 AM   #2
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Not sure what sort of budget you have, but I just upgraded to a Tom Woods shaft and all vibes are gone (also installed their SYE). Ordered on Tuesday, parts arrived on Friday.
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